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  • Most managers plow through the act of management with few guidelines other than gut or habit on what works best. Luckily there is a large body of well researched material out there on what works. Not all of it agrees. However, there are some obviously broken concepts such as overtime that should be put to rest. And there are some practical ideas like small team sizes that offer a big boost for relatively little effort.
  • The numbers vary slightly here. Some studies claim teams of 3 are good. Others say 9 isn’t so bad. But in general 4 to 8 seems to work well.

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